Most gamers roll two ten-sided dice where one dice counts for the tens and the other for the singles.
Did you know your life might be better if it had a glowing polyhedron on your desk?
Gamers chipped in to say they would gladly pay $500 for it.
Something you can use while your players are exploring through elf-haunted woods or werebear protected forests.
Mint and Mustard are a Norwich, England based D&D boutique with an Esty store.
There are "shells" available that convert these die to d4, d8, d10, d12 and d20.
This friendly little dragon likes nothing more than coiling her tail around a shiny d20 and snuggling down into her dice den.
At Dragonmeet this weekend, gamers noticed Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay dice trays in the iconic All Rolled Up style and today Cubicle 7 has confirmed that they're official.
Had this emergency glass frame not sold out, you could have used it to display your best dice set. You know; the set you paid a fortune for in a Kickstarter and now don't really want to roll.
Wizards of the Coast will only make 1,974 (D&D was published in 1974) sets of these dice, and even though they cost $300, I suspect they'll sell out.